The party’s chief spokesperson accuses Modi of shooting for a film for hours after the Feb 14 bombing.
South Asian instability threatens world peace, says minister
‘Naya Pakistan’ ministers publicly share platforms with Hafiz Saeed, says Indian foreign ministry
There are less demonstrative ways to share grief than to shout inanities at the top of one’s voice against a real or
What De’s archival material reveals are different aspects of the evolving Indian society that interacts with its
Which face of the late Ms Gandhi does Priyanka Gandhi-Vadra wish to embrace?
Who doesn’t in India and Pakistan as elsewhere fuss over tea, how it should be brewed or boiled, if or how much milk
The Good Friday Agreement provides a significant precedent for how seemingly intractable standoffs could be resolved.
Signs of disarray in opposition should comfort BJP but the party, for the first time, seems mortally afraid of losing.
Observe the widespread influence-peddling and power play, which impoverished Africans watch rich Indians indulging in.
In 2018, Modi may have missed a big chance to change the discourse with Pakistan, which could have been to his benefit.
Why is the questioning spirit being crushed in India today? Why is it that history books are being burnt and pulped?
India’s lurch to the far right is more complex than a Hindu-Muslim binary.
Communal polarisation means the Indian PM is almost assured of electoral success next year.
In a symbol of sorts to mock Modi's politics of Hindutva, India’s first cow minister lost his seat in Sirohi.
Rahul Gandhi’s display of his religion and caste mocks Indians who were looking for their own Jeremy Corbyn and Bernie
Here we have two musicians and a poet who transcended their religious moorings to reach out to a wider world with a
Getting derailed by censure from a right-wing government or by trolls supported by any prime minister or president is
Krishna’s greatly stimulating theories on music and life and art are predicated on his rejection of patriotism, a holy
Good manners elude the RSS, given its gargantuan appetite for hate.